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NYU Alums Create Grant to Support Indie Film

NYU Alums Create Grant to Support Indie Film

Zuzia Czemier-Wolonciej, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES

A trio of NYU alums are working to keep indie film afloat by launching a grant for independent filmmakers.

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2017 NYU Athletics Highlights

2017 NYU Athletics Highlights

Nika Woodfill, Deputy Sports Editor
May 1, 2017
Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Here are some highlights from NYU Athletics' spring 2017 season.

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NYU Sophomores Stumble Upon IT Hack

NYU Sophomores Stumble Upon IT Hack

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

Two Tandon students have discovered a vulnerability in the NYU Print Service software that allows hackers to take full control of any computer as long as they are on the same WiFi network as their victims.

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Pot Prohibition: Potentially Pardoned?

Pot Prohibition: Potentially Pardoned?

Thomas Chou, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

On April 24th, a group of seven students from NYU’s chapter of Students for Sensible Drug Policy traveled to the state capital of Albany to lobby for the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, a bill that if passed, will legalize an adult use cannabis market in New York.

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APA Records Hate Crimes for First 100 Days of Trump’s Presidency

APA Records Hate Crimes for First 100 Days of Trump’s Presidency

Lorenzo Gazzola, Contributing Writer
April 27, 2017
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

NYU's Asian/Pacific/American Institute started a project meant to document hate crimes in the first 100 days of President Donald Trump's administration. Recently, they released the first videos from the project.

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The Clothing Co. and What You Didn’t Know About the Ethics of Fashion

The Clothing Co. and What You Didn’t Know About the Ethics of Fashion

Khrysgiana Pineda, Staff Writer
April 27, 2017
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES, TOP STORIES

Founder of The Clothing Company and NYU alumnus Jayesh Baldota shares his vision for his line of organic cotton clothing.

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Tribeca 2017: 22-Year-Old Writer, Actor and Director Quinn Shephard Talks ‘Blame’

Tribeca 2017: 22-Year-Old Writer, Actor and Director Quinn Shephard Talks ‘Blame’

Sophie Bennett, Staff Writer
April 27, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES, Tribeca Film Fest

The budding 22-year-old filmmaker Quinn Shephard made her directorial debut at 15, and this year at Tribeca Film Festival, she's taken a shot at writing, directing and starring in "Blame," a new take on the Arthur Miller classic "The Crucible."

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Tribeca 2017: Oppressive Humidity, Stifling Grief in ‘One Percent More Humid’

Tribeca 2017: Oppressive Humidity, Stifling Grief in ‘One Percent More Humid’

Hailey Nuthals, Editor-in-Chief
April 26, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Film, TOP STORIES, Tribeca Film Fest

Liz W. Garcia's "One Percent More Humid" accurately and messily depicts grief and the process of healing for two young women.

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Hindsight: Recent NYU Graduates Give Advice for Seniors

Hindsight: Recent NYU Graduates Give Advice for Seniors

Alyssa Kelly and Faith Gates
April 26, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, TOP STORIES

With graduation season coming, NYU alum share some insight for soon-to-be-graduates.

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New Politics Classes to Be Offered Through Marron Institute of Urban Management

New Politics Classes to Be Offered Through Marron Institute of Urban Management

Téa Kvetenadze, Deputy Copy Chief
April 26, 2017
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management will partner with the politics department to offer new courses next semester — including topics in urban management and methods of policy analysis.

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NYC Makes Moves to Reduce Penalties to Decrease Mass Incarceration

NYC Makes Moves to Reduce Penalties to Decrease Mass Incarceration

Jemima McEvoy, News Editor
April 25, 2017
Filed under City News, NEWS, TOP STORIES

The NYC Parks and Recreations department will change the punishments inflicted for minor offenses.

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